The Gulf Health Council, represented by Dr. Hage Hashan, Deputy Director General, participated in the tenth conference of drug regulatory authorities in the Eastern Mediterranean, organized by the Regional Office of the World Health Organization in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
Dr. Hashan’s participation reflects the Gulf Health Council’s commitment to enhancing regional and international cooperation in the field of drug regulation and improving the quality of healthcare in the region. He presented a presentation addressing the challenges and opportunities facing drug regulatory authorities in the Gulf countries, emphasizing the importance of unifying efforts to confront future health challenges and the necessity of enhancing the capacity to address them. He also highlighted the importance of exchanging experiences with countries in the region and the world to strengthen regulatory and technological capabilities.
The Gulf Health Council’s participation in this conference reflects the promotion of regional cooperation and continuous improvement in the field of healthcare. This is part of the ongoing efforts to enhance healthcare services and elevate the level of healthcare in the region.
This participation serves as an opportunity to interact with modern innovations and share experiences in the field of drug regulation, contributing to enhancing the ability to make better decisions to achieve comprehensive healthcare goals and improve the quality of life for citizens.